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Budd, Darlene


Darlene BuddProfessor of Political Science
Office:  Wood 204-C
Ph:  660-543-4653
E-mail:  dbudd@ucmo.edu

Dr. Darlene Budd is a professor of Political Science, and the Director of the International
Studies program in the Department of Government, International Studies and Languages.
She received her B.S. from Indiana University - Bloomington, a M.A. in International
Relations from San Francisco State University, and her Ph.D. in Political Science from
the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She teaches courses on Asian politics, women
and politics, globalization and international studies; and is the advisor for the Model
United Nations student organization. She received the College of Arts, Humanities, and
Social Sciences Meritorious Service Award in 2011. Her recent publications include a
Journal of Research on Women and Gender article on how a gendered policy agenda may
be used to close the mayoral ambition gap, and two book chapters on Japan’s global
climate change policies and ASEAN’s response to the rise of ISIL (Routledge 2017 and
2016).

Dr. Darlene Budd is a professor of Political Science, and the Director of International Studies program in the Department of Government, International Studies and Languages. She received her B.S. from Indiana University - Bloomington, a M.A. in International Relations from San Francisco State University, and her Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. She teaches courses on Asian politics, women and politics, globalization and international studies; and is the advisor for the Model United Nations student organization. She received the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Meritorious Service Award in 2011. Her recent publications include a Journal of Research on Women and Gender article on how a gendered policy agenda may be used to close the mayoral ambition gap, and two book chapters on Japan's global climate change policies and ASEAN's response to the rise of ISIL (Routledge 2017 and 2016).

For more information on Dr. Darlene Budd, check out her complete Curriculum Vitae.

UCM Courses:

IS 1000 International Studies
IS 4950 Senior Seminar in International Studies
Pols 1500 Introduction to Politics
Pols 2520 Comparative Government and Politics
Pols 2535 Model United Nations
Pols 2530 World Politics
Pols 3520 Asian Government and Politics
Pols 3522 Modern East Asia
Pols 3531 Five Wars of Globalization
Pols 3553 Women in Politics
Pols 4532 International Relations of East Asia
Pols 4511 Public Policy